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New (2019 Leftover) Irons and Shafts (Need Help Pricing)

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Hi all, new to this forum, and golf as well to be fair. I work at a Golf Club in the Northeast and our season recently ended but while talking to the guys at the Pro Shop, I found that they had a bunch of shafts and a few irons leftover. Frankly, I only have a very approximate idea of their real world value and was hoping someone could point me in the right direction?

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You're not going to be able to sell those for much because they're part of a fitting system, and thus the hosel is set to work with that fitting system.

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Selling fitting iron shafts will be basically useless since they are all 6 iron shafts I am guessing. Unless you have a random person who needs to match up a 6 iron shaft and would then be okay with removing the adapter for reshaft. Lot of work for a $20-$40 shaft.

If you have some driver fitting shafts, and remove the fitting adapters, then you can actually get some morey for them.

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Thanks for the explanation, I wouldn't mind removing the fitting adapters and replacing them with something compatible for regular use, I'd just be hesitant to compromise the shaft in the process, but I suppose I have nothing to lose, might give this a try.

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2 hours ago, KJK said:

Thanks for the explanation, I wouldn't mind removing the fitting adapters and replacing them with something compatible for regular use, I'd just be hesitant to compromise the shaft in the process, but I suppose I have nothing to lose, might give this a try.

The steel shafts are simple to pull, can just heat them and pull off the adapters with some pliers. The graphite shafts you would want to use a shaft puller to remove the shaft in a straight line if you were planning to use them again.

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